FINAL GIRL explores the slasher flicks of the '70s and '80s...and all the other horror movies I feel like talking about, too. This is life on the EDGE, so beware yon spoilers!

Feb 4, 2009

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Over at AMC, I've written another column that includes ten little movies you may not have seen, but probably should. I've written about some of them here; others, I have not. I guess you'll just have to click the link and read it to find out what's what!

I know, life is hard. But think how SHE feels.

11 comments:

slasherfan said...

I've seen six of those, and I agree that those six are all worth a look. And the fact that I agree with you on those makes me very excited to see the other four (#1-2, 8, 10)! I think my favorite on your list out of the ones I've seen would be #7, Night of the Demons. It's just so fun. #3 and #5 are a close tie for second.

Kensington said...

That picture is creeping me out; what's it from?

B.E. Earl said...

I've seen (and loved) 6 out of the 10. Never heard of The Child, but me wantssss it.

the2ndsuitor said...

"happy birthday, George Romero!" . . .

and Sorry you just died today, Lux Interior!

Knarf Black XIV said...

I always get Night of the Demons and plain old Demons confused. I haven't seen Night yet, but I'm not sure how it can compete with the heavy metal motorcycle rampage.

Mutate said...

Hey, Just wanted to leave a word to say am loving the site since I stumbled across it, have had a real good laugh reading the articles, got me into horror again, keep up the good work

Robert said...

I'm glad you posted about Let's Scare Jessica To Death. I've been assuming it was another "drive someone crazy to get their inheritance" movie... now I'm going to watch it. :D

I continue to maintain that you HAVE to watch Phenomena (the Italian edit -- the American edit "Creepers" sucks).

Anonymous said...

2ndsuit - sad, sad news - RIP Lux - you can't beat Good Taste ... do Gucci do bum bags?!?

Jason M said...

Great article. There was some movies in there that I haven't seen. I love finding out about stuff like that.

Dean said...

@ Kensington : The photograph is from Night of the Demons.
A must-see in my opinion, if only to see a Goth girl do a sexy dance to Bauhaus' Stigmata Martyr and then change into a bitey-bitey demon. And Linnea's lipstick-scene of course ;-)

Less Lee said...

Thank you for mentioning "Let's Scare Jessica To Death" - it's one of my favorites!!